It’s back to the bargaining table for SEPTA and Transport Workers Union Local 234 Sunday morning.
SEPTA and representatives from the Transit Workers Union took a break from negotiations Saturday after meeting for about five hours Friday night.
The continuing roadwork on I-95 south in Northeast Philadelphia is a massive headache to motorists, and that has many looking for alternatives.
We’ve all hit the skids on a pile of wet leaves, but the fall foliage also creates some slick conditions on the area’s railways.
A 3-year-old girl was rescued after she fell onto the train tracks at the Market East SEPTA station Tuesday morning.
NJT is getting $2½ million toward high-speed service between Deptford-Winslow and Philadelphia. Septa will receive $5 million to improve the 69th Street Terminal.
The SEPTA system is getting crowded. Ridership is up again, according to SEPTA Spokesman, Andrew Busch.
As you make your plans for the day, you’ll be facing extra congestion on the roadways as the Phillies game begins at 1:35 and the Flyers take to the ice at 3 p.m.
SEPTA already had on its website ways to check on individual lines and offered tweets on bus and rail operational issues, but now there’s the System Status feature at SEPTA.org.
SEPTA is receiving two federal grants that will help the transit agency save energy dollars while adding to the bus fleet.
So you take commuter rail into work and you find the ride is a little slower than usual these days? Blame the change of seasons.